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Nov 14, 2012 10:00pm EST
response? >> i never have seen him react like that where he went after lindsey graham and john mccain who was his opponent four years ago. you know, he said if you have a problem, come after me. and lindsey graham and john mccain did. i think he was right and justified. susan rice is a native washingtonian, went to national cathedral school here. people know her. i think he was absolutely right. she had nothing to do with benghazi but the criticism should have been more at hillary clinton who that's her department, the state department and she was just repeating what was given to her and she was the fall person n this case, i think that was justified. whether or not, because of the controversy, you know, one senator can put a hold on the nomination and they've said that they would. i would be surprised now, just because of the controversy, not because of her qualifications whether he wants a confirmation donnie brook over susan rice or somebody else who very much wants the job, john kerry, who is responsible for obama's year. he picked him to be the keynote speaker in 2004. >> reporter: t
Nov 11, 2012 10:00pm EST
lindsey graham says the truth will never come out if petraeus keeps quiet forever. >> we have a national security failure along in the making. i don't see how in the world you can fine out what happened in benghazi -- find out what happened many benghazi before, during and after the attack if general petraeus doesn't testify. >> reporter: a whistleblower got ahold of republican congressman dave reich neither october to alert him to a national security concern -- reichert in october to alert him to a national security concern tied to this affair. eric cantor's chief of staff alerted the fbi october 31st, but the white house says president obama first learned of at fair november 8th which means two republican congressmen knew about the fbi investigation focusing on the cia director well before the president did. in washington peter doocy, fox news. >> jill kelly has no official status as a liaison. she's known as an honorary ambassador. >>> let's get some more insight with our fox 5 political analyst mark plotkin. good to see you as always, mark. >> good to be here. >> given what we just
Nov 7, 2012 10:00pm EST
change, more diversity here in the united states? >> well, absolutely. lindsey graham, the republican senator from south carolina said his own party is doomed unless they realize that they just can't be a constituency of white males. 20 years ago the electorate, the turnout, was 90% white. it's now 74% and hispanics and african americans and asians have gravitated almost 90 or 80% to the democratic party and so politics is addition. it's not subtraction and it seems to me that if the rep party presents itself as a country club and doesn't allow everybody in, their political future is doomed. >> the other thing that seemed to doom the gop this time around were the social issues, women's rights to marriage equality. do you think they need to lean more to the middle? >> well, i would think that they don't want to talk about those issues and they have to realize that we're in 2012. we're not in 1956 and it is not ozzie and harriet and there are different formations of families and if they are as eliminating people or not allowing people to come in, it is definitely going to hurt their pot
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